Regional and global public health crises are avoidable
Fractured data across geographic borders and organizations
Climate change is driving increases in infectious disease threats
Clear need to track climate and infectious diseases to predict threats
Integrating climate science, genomics, and epidemiology to build a more equitable, healthier world
Building a home for the global network of laboratories, non-profits, governments, and organizations protecting communities from the global threats of pandemics and climate change.
Developing cutting-edge analytics tools for global genomics and climate data to inform research and decisions on public health and safety.
Implementing advanced machine learning models to enable prediction of threats before they emerge.
Sending weekly reports on emerging pathogens and health threats to stakeholders, researchers, policy makers, and health ministers.
The international infrastructure to connect data and tools for researchers to inform public health
A pathogen sentinel testing program through a network of researchers on the ground
Global Risk Platform and Dashboard for Prediction
Weekly reports on emerging pathogens and health threats for GeoSeeq members
In partnership with
Biotia is a health tech company located in New York, NY, that leverages sequencing-based technology and proprietary AI-powered software to rapidly and accurately identify microorganisms and antimicrobial resistance. Their mission is to fight infectious diseases by deploying the leading reference library of microbes worldwide.
Biotia, a spinout company of Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech, has a New York State CLIA lab for infectious disease diagnostics testing affiliated with SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University.